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Studying at Bath means you'll be living in a student-friendly, historic and vibrant city, ranked the second secured university city in England and Wales. Bath's nightlife places include underground pubs, cosy clubs and a varied range of areas to have food. While living in Bath, you'll be having an excellent choice of places to get socialise, whether you want to have a night out in the city's clubs, bars and pubs or a dine out with friends.
If you like music or comedy, you can go to a gig or have a laugh at a comedy club. Bath also has a good selection of cinemas and theatres, including The Theatre Royal, The Little Theatre and ODEON, whether you are interested in West End plays or blockbuster films. Have a look at Bath Meetup to see what else you could get involved in. If you enjoy outdoor activities, there are loads of things to do in Bath and the surrounding area.
Bath is the best city to live in if you need to get out and get active. The city is surrounded by gorgeous countryside which is excellent for walking, cycling or running. In this city, you can even hire a canoe or punt or Rowing boat on the River Avon. Near the campus, you can participate in the free weekly 5k park run, or if you want to have a challenge, Sign up for the Bath Half Marathon. Bath has a variety of shops which include independent shops, high street brands, and stunning boutiques. You can get student discounts using your NUS card, and you enjoy the cafes, bakeries, and restaurants while you shop.
Bath is a true head-turner just walking its World Heritage streets will lift your spirits. The Georgian architecture has a sunny glow, warm while the terraced Circus and sweeping crescents and make your head spin. Its most massive draw, the Roman Baths complex, makes the most of the City’s historical foundations, while the words of former resident Jane Austen bring more recent history to life.
Today, Bath is a centre for wellness, with a modern, multi-level spa situated into its underground vein of mineral waters. Such marvellous surroundings pull creative types, and there is a massive independent shop, markets, and eateries. The surrounding countryside bears quality produce with a significant amount, so the City is filled up with semi-rural farm shops, vibrant coffee houses, vegetarian and vegan bistros, modern brasseries and gourmet restaurants. Bath is one of Britain’s leafiest cities, surrounded by green hills and separated by the River Avon canal and Avon and Kennet.